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Retreat

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SKU
WMET0112
Specialty: Giclee on Matte Paper, Straight Fit (No Mats), with Liner
  • Matte Paper
  • Straight Fit (No Mats), with Liner
  • 72.75"w x 32.75"h
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M0596SUB1
1″ x 1.00″
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M0861SUB1
1.75″ x 1.50″

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Retreat_17.120.192

Our Inspiration:Vase with Landscape Scene

China, Qing dynasty (1644–1911)
Porcelain with incised decoration, painted with colored enamels over a transparent glaze, and gilded (Jingdezhen ware);
Qianlong mark and period (1736–95)
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection, Bequest
of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917   17.120.192

Located in southeast China, the so-called “porcelain city” of Jingdezhen was home to the world’s largest and most influential kilns by the 15th century, and produced millions of pieces for the court, for trade, and for domestic use. The development of blue-and-white ceramics (porcelain painted with cobalt blue under a transparent glaze) in Jingdezhen remains the most important and influential event in ceramic history.

Retreat_17.120.192

Our Inspiration:Vase with Landscape Scene

China, Qing dynasty (1644–1911)
Porcelain with incised decoration, painted with colored enamels over a transparent glaze, and gilded (Jingdezhen ware);
Qianlong mark and period (1736–95)
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Fletcher Collection, Bequest
of Isaac D. Fletcher, 1917   17.120.192

Located in southeast China, the so-called “porcelain city” of Jingdezhen was home to the world’s largest and most influential kilns by the 15th century, and produced millions of pieces for the court, for trade, and for domestic use. The development of blue-and-white ceramics (porcelain painted with cobalt blue under a transparent glaze) in Jingdezhen remains the most important and influential event in ceramic history.